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microphone. let's work on that and then get back to her. let's go to jennifer delgado. she's in the cnn weather center in atlanta. what can you tell us? >> i can tell you a lot. we're still looking at snow coming down now for areas like amarillo, they were pounded yesterday with 19 inches of snowfall. but looking at the radar right now, right along interstate 7, you can see snow coming down. rain moving through st. louis. what we're going to see is more of that snow working in as we go throughout the afternoon. some of these locations are potentially going to pick up between 6 and 12 inches of snowfall. when you add that in with winds up to about 20, 25, of course we're going to be talking about very limited visibility. in fact, i want to point out to one bright side from yesterday. we had a lot more areas with the blizzard warnings. now notice we're just really looking at the northern part of oklahoma and that is going to be in place until 6:00 a.m. central standard time. but for kansas city as well as for areas up towards chicago and into detroit we have winter storm warnings and watc
scientific but demonstrated for cnn is what the bar code of life is all about. >> we can incorporate it into large manufacturing companies, quality assurance and quality control procedures so they go out and do dna testing on their products. >> reporter: this doctor first conceived and developed the bar code of life and explains why it can and should be used to prevent food fraud. >> you can move from a tiny piece of an organism to a dna sequence that tells you what that is within a matter of an hour, hour and a half and cost $2. there's no reason that the food market place isn't being screened aggressively to stop substitution. >> reporter: leading science like this really can be like a crime scene investigation. not just horse meat scandals but studies here have found as much as a third of u.s. seafood, for instance, is sold and labeled as one type of fish but is really another. despite this -- >> so the behavior on the side of the market hasn't changed a lot. >> reporter: why do you think that is? >> money. substitution always happens that the cheap stuff is on your plate instead
-- >> imr. jackson. >> jackman, not jackson. much safer to yell in french. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> they all looked great, didn't they? >> they looks beautiful. >> erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. >>> "outfront" next, breaking news. the dow posts its worst drop of the year. more than 200 points. >> plus, michelle obama with a surprise appearance at the oscars. if you fell asleep, you missed it. was it bigger than blockbuster or just a bomb. >> plus, let's go "outfront." >>> and we begin tonight with new developments. cnn has just learned that governor chris christie, a key 2016 republican presidential hopeful, is not invited to the conservative political action conference in washington, d.c. next week. that's according to a source close to c-pac, and c-pack, if you haven't heard of it, is often considered a must-attend for anybody who wants to win the white house from the gop. senator marco rubio of florida, louisiana governor bobby jindal, former florida governor jeb bush, rand paul of kentucky, rick perry of texas, they're all already on the list. is this a snub for c
way northeast. check out these amazing images shot by a cnn ireporter just outside amarillo on monday. parts of the texas panhandle saw 19 inches of snow monday, forcing out the tow trucks in white out conditions. and from the ground to the air no snow but plenty of wind was on hand to whip around planes at the san antonio international airport. gusts hit more than 54 miles per hour at the airport, fortunately no injuries were reported. back in kansas city people just want a break from all the snowfall. >> it's been a long seven days, ten days something like that. i'm ready to go home. >> reporter: so, wolf, the worst of it has hit us here in kansas city, missouri and the system don't track to the north-northeast up towards chicago, michigan and canada and we also know that the storm is weakening according to our meteorologists. >> doesn't look like much traffic behind you, george. are people pretty much still hunkered down in kansas city? >> reporter: you don't find too many people on the roads. a lot of people are heeding that warning to stay inside. i can tell you the roads, the hi
begin tonight with new developments. cnn has just learned that governor chris christie, a key 2016 republican presidential hopeful is not invited to the conservative political action conference in washington, d.c. next week. that's according to a source close to cpac and if you haven't heard of it is often considered a must-attend for anybody who wants to win the white house from the gop. senator marco rubio of florida, bobby jindal, former governor jeb bush, rick perry of texas, all already on the list. is this a major snub? this news breaking late this afternoon. how big of a snub is it? >> i think it makes a lot of sense for c pack. caucuses was not going to show up this year. why bother asking him and give snubbed by the governor himself. do the snubbing yourself and say we don't want you here and it probably would have been a tough environment to be in frankly given that he is really pivoted to the center, some with a say to the left this year to win in a heavily democratic state. >> i can see why it doesn't make sense for him. i get the logic you're laying out. the president
but technically in two days we head over that cliff. >>> "cnn newsroom" with carol costello begins right now. i'll see everybody back here tomorrow morning for "starting point." have a great day. >>> breaking news, a balloon in cairo explodes and plummets thousands of feet. >>> also a blizzard for the history books. >> this one could be more treacherous to travel in. >> snow falling horizontally in middle america this morning. >> we declared a state of emergency for kansas city, missouri. >> plus marijuana nation. >> marijuana cultivation, distribution and consumption is going to happen with or without their acceptance. the choice that we have to make is whether we want to regulate and tax it. >> reporter: and tax it they will. some dispensaries could see tax rates as high as 75%. >>> plus this. a year after the shooting death of trayvon martin, artist, activist chuck dee joins to us talk about his new project "beyond trayvon." you're live in the "cnn newsroom." and good morning, thank you so much for being with me. i'm carol costello. we begin this morning with what's being called the deadlies
>> going to carry remarks of course live here on cnn in 15 minutes. just repeating, it's from the supplemental module outfitting facility. been there? there no, i haven't. >> when michelle obama presented the academy award for best picture in the u.s. ladies her first gown was a hit but not so much in iran. >> this is interesting. the iranian news agency made a virtual alt rateration, raising neck line, before circulating the image. it was considered too revealing for those in iran. >> this is of course before announcing the best picture, mrs. obama wore the dress to a white house dinner for the nation's governors as far as we know did not complain about the gown. and it was "argo," seen by iran, being anti-iranian. >> it was gorgeous. >> yeah. it was lovely. all right. that will to do it for me. thanks for watching "around the world." carry on. >> i'll carry on. >> see you tomorrow. >>> spending cuts on the way, jobs on the line. the president speaking at a virginia shipyard in a few minutes. his latest effort to pressure congress over the forced spending cuts that will take
, the were no complaints. it was a gorgeous gown. >>> "cnn newsroom" continues right now. >>> it is the real life armageddon t(movie. scientists hope to crash a spaceship into an asteroid, all to prove we can be saved. the news is now.g a hot air balloon, full of pa&h% tourists, crashes to e1earth. but why? >>> plus, the bi >> we should notfá have to move third bill before the senate getse1 off their -- and begins do something. >> accusations fly just three days before automatic cuts hit ) rrñu and -- ♪ who let the dogs out >> investigatorskoo7o looking this kid's parents, a 10-year-old rapper whose video is raising a fewó[ so is the criticism fair? we're on it. i'm brooke baldwin. good to see you. thew3 skies above egypt. take a look at some photos with me. becausexd you will see, this is the aftermath. these are the picturesçó that we decades. 19 people were killede1 today. and thisw3 is what is leftjf oft balloon. moments earlier, it wasw3 fille with tourists from ilr overxd europe, q#" asia. they were taking in the sites oá at( beautiful ancient city of luxor a thousand feet be
lady's approval rating in our cnn poll two months ago stood at 73%, more than 20 points higher than the president's and a slew of high profile appearances maybe widening the gap. the first lady is in the spotlight everywhere dancing with jimmy fallon, banderring about her bangs with racheal ray. >> this is my mid life crisis, the bangs. >> reporter: she has lit up twitter with her tweets and she even took a stroll to "sesame street." >> there's so many different activities you can do indoors or outside. >> reporter: talking up healthy eating habits and exercise with big bird. >> get moving. it's good for you. >> reporter: all of this is hardly new except when serious policy matters are at stake as when hillary clinton took on health care. >> health care reform must be achieved for the good of our country. >> reporter: first ladies are generally liked more than their husbands. michele obama, for example, is about as popular as laura bush. still, the headlines swirling around mrs. obama have ruffled some conservative critics who in the past have groused about her trips to europe and e
to determine if this man is guilty of conspiracy to kidnap. cnn's national correspondent deborah feyerick was in court yesterday. she joins me now from new york. and also cnn legal analyst sunny hostin. so, deb, can you hear me? sunny -- >> i can hear you. i'm listening to you from a television just behind me. here it is. okay, go ahead, brooke. >> we'll roll with it, deb feyerick, my first question to you is what is the feeling inside the courtroom today? >> you know, it is really fascinating. what prosecutors now are trying to do is they have put several women on the stand who actually knew gilberto valle, what they're trying to do is establish that some of his alleged targets were women who he knew either from high school or from college, and they're going over text messages and e-mails about the kind of relationship they had. so far there has been nothing really explosive, nothing showing that he was in any way stalking them. almost a casual conversation that you would have with any friend. but they are trying to establish that, in fact, he did know them. and so that when he's talking
's forsaking him. ben wedeman, cnn, rome. >> it's obviously hard to pierce the walls of secrecy rounding the inner workings of the vatican. i want to talk about it more with christiane amanpour in rome and john allen there is a senior correspondent for "the national catholic reporter." john, you say the idea of a existence of some sort of network of gay men or gay priests or high officials inside the vatican isn't at all improbable, but do you believe that's the reason the pope is resigning? >> no, anderson, i don't. i think for the most part, you have to take benedict xvi at his word that he's resigning because of his age and fatigue. on the other hand, i think you have to ask the question why is he so fatigued, and i think at least part of that picture is that he has spent much of the last eight years frustrated that his efforts to be a teaching pope, to conduct a kind of global graduate acceptable yar and the relationship between reason and faith and so on have been hampered by a kind of endless series of crises and controversies and meltdowns, some of them coming in from the outside
cnn reporter michael jason's front porch in amarillo. you can see the snow blow snow drifts from 1 to 3 feet and this one shows a yardstick peeking out of an almost 3-foot snow drift. this video from the national weather service shows what those who venture out have to deal with. strong winds and poor visibility. from what they're calling a crippling historic blizzard. i'm melissa rainy reporting. >>> three days and counting before the drastic automatic government spending cuts go into effect. president obama has just arrived in one of the places the cuts could hit workers the hardest, the huge naval base in newport news. danielle nottingham has the latest developments on the sequester. >> reporter: president obama is visiting a shipyard in new prt news, virginia today -- newport news, virginia today. he's warning that people who work on ships could face layoffs if budget cuts kick in this friday. military leaders talked about how challenging the cuts will be at a congressional hearing this morning. >> if we do not have the resources to train and equip the force, our soldiers, our
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different things to say about the film when he was on cnn with piers morgan last week. >> 90% of the contributions to the ideas and the consommation of the plan was canadian. and the movie gives almost full credit to the american c.i.a. and with that exception the movie is very good. but, um, ben affleck's character in the film was only--he was only in tehran a day and a half. and the main hero in my opinion was ken taylor, who was the canadian ambassador, who orchestrated the entire process. >> michael: you know, it may age me or show that i was a dork even when i was a kid but i do remember with in a story that ken taylor's name was everyone where. you heard for a week whatever that news cycle was you heard ken taylor all the time. i understand what president carter is staying that the canadians did not get enough credit. what would a c.i.a. movie be without michael solomon and lindsay moran. i'll go to you first lindsay how do you feel about president carter saying that the c.i.a. was overcreditted for the work they did on this? >> first of all it's the c.i.a. and it's hol
at a kansas city restaurant. a city official tells cnn a company laying down a fiber optic cable did not have a work permit for the job. an employee ended up drilling into a gas line. an hour later, the huge blast killed one person and injured at least 15. not having that permit could mean up to six months in jail. >>> three hours from now, the senate finance committee will vote on jack lew's nomination. o they will vote on whether to end the filibuster on chuck hagel's nomination to be defense secretary. hagel is expected to be confirmed. >>> more evidence suggests that the secret to heart health is what you need. a just-published study finds eating a mediterranean style diet with nuts, olive oil, even some wine cuts cardiovascular death rights by 30%. spanish researchers ended the study early about five years into it, saying it would be unethical not to end the study. >>> okay, finally, a rap video featuring flashy cars, women in tight clothes, suggestive dancing, not unusual, but this rapper is 9 years old. unusual and using lyrics like coke is not a bad word. child welfare workers are tak
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and cnn. a lot of people watch the desperate house wives and reality shows and vote. >> sean: honey boo boo. >> and the culture and you vote. >> sean: let's get real. the oscar are a celebration of movies. >> why don't we celebrate moment builders. >> the reason why you're ticked of off you wish that you had a candidate that had as much support from the number of celebrities and the type of celebrities that barack obama does. >> that's not true. >> the reason why you don't, you're assuming something that's not true. >> we do have someone like that chris christie. >> and best actors nomination. >> sean: stop putting words in my mouth. i don't put hollywood stars on a pedestal. people get up every morning and take care of their kids and pay their taxes and obey the laws and build houses and great lawyers and save people's lives and doctors, and don't get the hollywood stream and the star treatment and get to hang out with the obamas. >> look, and with the movies, sean, there's nothing better than celebrating movies and nothing wrong and-- >> admire the brain surgeons, too. >> they contrib
is the host of cnn's reliable sources. thanks for being here. we're talking about the president hosting a google hangout on google-plus. this seems designed initially to talk to relatives and far away places. how did it become a political tool? what does the president really accomplish here? >> i think the president is accomplishing reaching around the press corps to actually talk to voters and voters who may not answer or ask questions that the regular press would. >> like any technology, it might start out with me chatting with you but companies and politicians now trying to harness this because it plugs them into a demographic that may not watch a lot of television, that may not read newspapers, for example, but relishes the chance even though do people get that chance to ask a question directly to the president of the united states. >> you have to understand that this has only been around for 18 months. the first time that the president did this, he received 135,000 questions. so that would mean that it was a popular way of reaching out. was something that was really welcomed. >> re
, meg whitman, richard hanna. joining us with their take, cnn legal analyst jeffrey toobin and john avlon. with the amicus brief, it's essentially what it sounds like, a friend of the court, paper saying what your opinion is hoping to sway the justices. how important are amicus briefs, how important might this one actually be? >> they can be important, but i have to tell you, i really disagree with the premise that this is a lot of people. there are almost 300 members of the house and senate who are republicans. they got two people, two obscure members of the house to sign. they have a very distantly failed presidential candidate. a failed gubernatorial candidate. the republican party is united and i don't think the brief makes a bit of difference. >> john, is it baby steps? >> this is a significant step and i don't think it should be diminished. 75 is 75 more than there was a little while ago. it's the beginning of the republican party reconciling its present with the history. and these folks deserve a lot of credit for having the courage on to come forward and say we need to be th
haha have learned and jahmeshia discussing the sequester. pair it with what senator graham said on cnn just yet. let me play it. >> we'll criticize everything he does. mr. president, it is now up to you to find the $85 billion in savings and we'll make it easier for you but we'll criticize the decision. this is a bipartisan problem. i voted against this deal because it would destroy defense. lousy way to cut $1.2 trillion and which is achievable. i'm willing to raise revenue, raise $600 billion of new revenue if the democratic friends reform entitlements and fix sequestration together. >> he says fix it together but the top of the comment says every decision the president makes we'll criticize. how do you make heads or tails of that? >> the truth is even if lindsay graham is willing to meet halfway, no republicans on the house share this point of view. you can have a meeting with president obama and be lovely, i'm sure, but the end of the day this is a republican controlled house of representatives that wants to cut spending, cut government. that's the philosophy. they're thrilled this
america changes we have growing pains. these are difficult growing pains. >> mr. blackwell cnn. >> las vegas pleas to making a desperate plea for help in finding in oakland man's killer. police say they have a war for the arrest of 26 year-old ammar harris. harris is a prime suspect in the shooting last week on the strip that left three people dead. harris faces three murder charges in the thursday incident. one of the victims is a well known rap artist, kenny clutch. witnesses say black range rover with a dealer plates pulled up alongside the maserati driven by a clutch and start firing. appellees what people know where hair is whereabouts to come for. >> keep in mind he is wanted in the death of three people. we are urging you to give us a call. >> law enforcement in nevada as well as neighboring states are actively searching for that vehicle and its occupants. >> internet providers are going to begin to warn users of illegal about lows. the copper righcopyright alert systs being activated to target users who may be sharing files illegally. the new system will prompt internet service
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